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The ModernSeven Modern ModernSeven
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Seven SevenVVonders Wonders Wondersi WondersJI JI JIDaytonas i iI iDaytona I
Daytonas Incomparable Ocean Beach BeachOne lIeschOne BeachOne
One of Daytona p crowning glories is isher isher isher
her incomparable inoompar ble beach No one who whoever whoever whoever
ever set foot upon its smooth packed packedsands pack packedsands d dsands
sands no one who ever pedaled a bi bicycle hIcycle bicycle
cycle over its expanse no one who ever everdrove everdrove everdrove
drove a prancing pair of horses hors and list listened listened listened ¬
ened to the popping of their steel shoes shoesupon shoesupon I
upon its asphaltumlike face no one onewho ODll ODllwho onewho
who ever steered a highpower antonio automobile antoniobile ¬ I
bile down the broad stretch of wave wavewashed waewashed wavewashed
washed and surfpacked sand but real realized realized realized ¬
ized that it is a worldbeater a world worldwonder worldwonder worldwonder
wonder Go stand upon this wide widespeedway widespeedway widespeedway
speedway and see the happy souls flit flitby flitby flitby
by in joyous mood and answer whether whetherthis whetherthis whetherthis
this is not one of the seven modern modernwonders modernwonders modernwonders
wonders wondersThe
The Placid Pellucid Halifax River RiverWhere RiverWhere Iver IverWhere
Where think you is water with more morepicturesque morepicturesque morepicturesque
picturesque surroundings Nearly a amile amile amile
mile wide fringed with tropical vegeta vegetation vegetation vegetation ¬
tion artistic cottages with roomy ve verandas verandas yerandas ¬
randas looking out upon her bosom bosomgamey bosomamey bosomgamey
gamey food fishes in countless numbers numbersbeckoning numbersbeckoning numbersbeckoning
beckoning as it were to those with rod rodand rodand rodand
and reel her bosom flecked with duck duckand duckand duckand
and coot and snowywinged sea birds birdswhich birdswhich birdswhich
which sit about as if for the sport of ofbobbing ofbobbing ofbobbing
bobbing upon her waves watch that thatlubberly thatl thatlUbberly
lubberly l old white headed pt pdican beau pouh pouha pou b ba
a fat mullet and that fish hawk trg struggling trgKling trggling ¬
gling upward with his floundering load loadhe loadhe loadhe
he snatched from the water waterSee waterSe waterSee
See Se the beautiful launches spick and andspan andspan andspan
span their hampers h mpers and an lockers bulging bulgingwith bul bulgingwith ing ingwith
with refreshments both solid an i liquid liquidready liquidready liquidready
ready for a cruise upon her beautiful beautifulsurface beuutifulsurface beautifulsurface
surface Take out your field glass and andsweep sndsweep andsweep
sweep the river from Ormond bridge brid c to toPonce toPonce toPonce
Ponce Park light house then say saywhether saywbether saywhether
whether the Halifax isnt a thing of ofbeauty ofbeauty ofbeauty
beauty and a joy forever and one onef onefthe of ofthe ofthe
the modem wonders wondersThe
The Enchantingly Picturesque Rldgcwood RldgcwoodRidgewood RidgewoodRidgewood IdltcwoodRidgewood
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest cn t of ofa ofa f fa
a broad ridge straight as asthe the crow flies fliesand fliesand fliesf
f and the widespreading branches of the theheavytrunked theheavytronked thec
c heavytrunked liveoaks extend their theirgiant theiriant theirgiant
giant iant arms across this magnificent vista vistaforming vistaformin vistaforming
forming formin an anarch arch and from these extend extended ¬
t ed arms great reat festoons of Spanish moss mosssway moss8way mosssway
sway as the trade winds from tropic seas seasfan seasfan seasfan
fan them Looking straight ahead down downthis dowrthis dowthis
this white shell street one has h the im impression impression impression ¬
pression of a fairy path with elfieh dra draperies draperies draperies ¬
peries but as you move along andcast andcastan
an eye first to the right ri ht and then to the theleft theleft theleft
left you see distinguished cottage homes homesin
in the most delightful settings settingsSurpasitar settin settingsSurpasilng s s8urpoan
Surpasitar Beauty ot Our Cottage Homes HonesNo HomesNo HomesNo
No one of Daytona s attractions per perhaps perhaps perhaps ¬
haps commands more nearly universal universalattention universalattention universalattention
attention and praise than does the artis artistic artistic artistic ¬
tic cottage The owners of these charm charming charmins charming ¬
ing villas Hail from every corner of the thecountry thet
t country and they bring their own archi architectural architectural i itectural ¬ II
tectural plans and build upon pon themand themandas
as the architecture of one section of the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country differs from the architecture of ofanother ofanother ofanother
another so do our homes differ in out outward outward outward ¬
ward appearance and structural beauty beautyfrom I Ifrom Ifrom
from one another There are no monoto monotonous monotonous ¬
nous rows of strikingly y similar buildings buildingsbut
but the eye as it sweeps by is treated treatedto
to a kaleidoscopic kaleido copic chang which keepsthe keeps keepsthe keepsthe
the mind wondering What next nextStreets nextStreet nextStreets
Streets and Pavements tile Most and Best BestWhy DestWhy BestWhy
Why the he Architect of the Universe Universechose Unhersechose Universechose
chose to give to Daytona the most ad admirable admlrable admirable ¬
mirable the most picturesque natural naturalsetting naturalaettingof I Iettinlof
setting ettinlof of all the citiesof cities of the South is isoot isDot isnot
Dot revealed but that such s ch is a fact factmust factmust factmust
must be apparent to tothe the most superficial superficialobserver superficialobserver superficialobserver
observer With such lavish wealth of ofnatural ofnatural ofc
c natural beauty it became an easy thing thingfor thingfor thingfor
for the hand of man to give ite the little littlefinishing littlefinlshins littlefinishing
finishing toucheswhich touches which have brought broughtout
out the colors and outlines of the big bigpicture bi bipicture bigfc
fc picture pictureMan pictureMan pictureMan
Man did all this in the laying out of oftbe ofthe ofthe
the streets with their thl ir wide margins of ofparkage ofparole ofI
I parkage the entire city becomes b l om a agreat areat agreat
great reat park parkAnd parkAnd parkAnd
And as for pavements pavements pavementsthat
that look and act like granite grMnitewhcn grMnitewhcnelse where whereelse
else between the eastern and western westerneeaa westernseMI westernseas
seMI are so many miles in proportion to toinhabitants toinhabitants toinhabltanta
inhabitants Till some unheardof unheardofplace unhcardofplace unheardofplace
place reports more and better Daytona Daytonathrows 118tonathrows Daytonathrows
throws down the gauntlet to the world worldSquirrels worldSiuIrrels I
Squirrels Flowers Birds and Fruits FruitsWhatever trultWhatever Frulti1Vhattver
Whatever ones shortcomings short omings and andhowever andf I
f however indifferent or eve t callous one onemay onemay
may be to many things thin 8 the mere men mention mention ¬ I Ition
tion of squirrels and flowers birds and andruits andruits
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ruits will send a thrill that is reflected reflectedin
in distended pupils and nd pricked ears earsFor earst earsFor
For t or every visitor with a spare goo gooher gooeber gont
t her there is a bunny ready to come out outand outand outand
and accept your gift He will sit bolt boltupright boltUluiKbt boltupright
upright and gnaw into the meat casting castingfurtive clStingfurtive castingfurtive
furtive saucy glances at you meanwhile meanwhileFlowers meanwhileFlowers meanwhileFlowers
< Flowers Usually fresh and blooming bloomingthe bl oming I Ithe
the year round In one yard roses of ofvariagated ofvariaaated ofvariagated
variagated hue predominate another anotherhas auoUwrhl8 anotherhis
has a penchant for the poinsettm and andthe ulldthe 8111the
the premises are areatlame aflame another Is ishidI ishid ishidden hid hidden ¬
den in a jungle of tail cane caneThe caneThe j jThe
The birds flit in and with their joyous jOollsnotes j jnotes I Inotes
notes help to give a c fullness and syiiiine srllllllcI srllllllcItr synunetry i itry
try tr to the picture p pictureAu l turc i iAs IAs
As for fruits choice citrus fruits Day Daytoiia lsvr l Itoua
r toiia yields the palm Julm to none for quality q qualityand ulitv ulitvand i iand
and quantity per acre There ate scores scoresof scoresof euTtsof
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of citrus groves in proximity to the city citybranches dt dtbranchrs citybranches
branches bending bendin to the earth with their theirburdens thfirburden tleirburdenti
i fc burdens of luscious golden globes globeiThe i iThe IThe
The Fastest taI et Autos And The Finest Out OutHere OutHere O OHere
Here is iswhtf where worlds records for peed 5Itejare peedare 1Itedb
are broken b ro k 11 with Wit J every recurring recurrlll recurrizIgseason recurrizIgseasonAutos season j jAutos i iare iAutos
Autos the biggest bi gest the fastest and the thefinest I thefinest ht htfinest
finest are on daily parade para e urn UIIII I the big higshow hi hishow bigshow
show is as free as the pure artesian artcMiuiwater l I I Iwater Iwater
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water from the thousand flowing flowingft well wellIt tIIi tIIiIt
It is a continuous show with constant t ly lyshifting j I Ishifting IIIhiftinK
shifting scene You will probably catch catchthe eLththe utdlthe 1
the spirit and when you do the roads roadsand roudsaind roadsand
and the beach are yours The Florida Floridasunshine Florid1isunshine Floridasunshine
sunshine is free the balmy ocean oceanbreezes Olanbreezes oceanr
r breezes are free the birds and squirrels squirrelsand
and flowers are free the sparkling sparklingfountain sparkJinefountain sparklingc
c fountain water is free and you ou will have haveto haeto haveto
to go down in your wallet only for or coin coinfor coinfor coinI
I for the auto and bed and board boardThiftia boardTbi boarde
e Thiftia Tbi is ao faaciful picture its all allbare allJ anMis
bare It J ia f drawing lira other UUNSMMB UUNSMMBenUumlbd thoujd h
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SPARED BY BYTHE THE ENEMY ENEMYA
A Dramatic Incident In the Career of ofGeneral ofGeneral ofGeneral
General de Gallifet GallifetIt
It was on that fatal day Sept 1
1870 that General de Gallifet distin distinguished dlstInguishfd distinguishied ¬
guished himself blm lf by commanding the thecavalry thecavalry thecavalry
cavalry charges intended to clear the theelevation i ielevation i ielevation
elevation at Illy with the view of ofopening otopening ofopening
opening a passage plssa e towjJ tow J Floing Floingwhere 1loIngwbere Ilothgwhere
where It was hoped the army might re retreat rttreat retreat ¬
treat The tirst charge overthrew the theEightythird tbeEightytblrd theEightythird
Eightythird regiment of the Prussians Prussiansand
and penetrated penetr1 td among I UlOII the t hi German Germantroops Germantroops n ntroops
troops but the th latter formed again againrapidly againr igalnrapidly
rapidly r after the th retirement of the theFrench the1zeneh
French cavalry cavalryGeneral a avalryGeneral 1 11 11Genr11 I
General Dncrot then asked a kpd if they theycould theycould I Icould
could renew the charge llHr e with jft what re remained remained 1 1maincd
mained of the light cavalry and bus hnssars hussars bussars
sars and then Gallifet answered Hl wtnd In Inthe Inthe j jthe
the words that have become historic historicAs historhAs t tAs
As often asyou as you vou wish wi b general fntra1 as aslong n aslong i ilong
long as a man remains lIIltln The second InttJ i ichJVSO I
charge was not so successful S fssflll as the thefirst I Ihtfirst ht htfirst
first Only a few men with wit h their I gen In Inernr eneral J Jeral
eral at their head incceded ii rre in pene IIIIItrntinJ j jtrating I Itrating
trating the first ranks r iils of the Ih t tie enemy enemyIt tIIII1I tIIII1IIt
It Is known that t the t lii king kln of pr Prussia Prussiawho Irussiawho I russiasvho
who was watching the iii battle 11111 from coin the thetop thptop thetoE
top of the t Ia hill or > f Martce l arlf a ri exclaimed exclaimedwitli fXIIl I lllfd I Iwith IvIt
with vIt ii admiration ad 11111I1111 iiulrt t Ion Oh li II Is es braves hri vis vislust gens genslust 1USh 1UShJUSI
lust at a It t thi Ihis I < moment an a ii astonishing astonishingevent Isionishin Isionishinent 151 iuisiiing iuisiiingeven
event even I occurred in the I hI rnid lIIitlSI < t of r the h Iu bat battle hattle linttle ¬
tle As Gallitet i I ii I t was returning ret U rtiiiir with withn tIt h ha
n few f survivors their horses for the themost thpmost themost
most part wounded or foundered he hepassed hIpfiSSI heTiflsscl
passed pfiSSI before the I h Nassau ISS11I regiment regimentThe rllnllntTill ri glinentThe
The Prussian 11 ottirers u trs ordered their theirmen I hlirmln heirml
men ml to II cease tasl LSP tire and even struck st ruirL up upsome upsomt upsome
some of their guns The French sa safluted a a1uttd afluted
fluted and m shouted Vive jn iempereur iempereurand
and the I German prnmll ii officers acknowledged acknowledgedthe utktuuwIi1edthe
the salute sa Iut some ot them t applauding applaudingWestminster apphtlulinge5tmlnsllr nipauidingWestminster
Westminster Gazette GazetteSCIENTIFIC ozeltl ozeltlSCIENTIFIC azetteSCIENTIFIC
SCIENTIFIC FEEDING FEEDINGHealth FEEDINGHealth
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Health H alth as a Primary Factor F ctor In Intelli Intelligent inteligent ¬
gent Living LivingHealth LivingHealth LivingHealth
Health and success are so largely largelydependent I Idependent Idependent
dependent upon balance upon sym symmetry ttfmmetr symmetry ¬
metry metr of f development dl elopullut physical I and andmental andmcntnl andmental
mental harmony barlU n that we w should do doeverything 110everything doeverything
everything possible ps lhle to secure that thatphysical thatphysicul thatphysical
physical poise which also Ils means mt > Uls men mental meutal mental ¬
tal and moral poise llIi t A large part of ofour 9tour ofour
our Ills come from rom one sided levelop levelopment le leelopmeat Jop Jopment
ment caused by b overstiinulati ig some sometissue sometissue sometissue
tissue cells eellsHul and starving stunln others olhlrser olhlrserfcooing othersoverfeeding OAer OAerfeeding
feeding and a uid underfeeding underfeed hug Scientific Scientificfeeding SlientiOefeeding Scientificfeeding
feeding therefore Is of t vast impor importance Importnnce Inuportance ¬
tance tanceOvereating tnnceOcrlatlng tanceOvereating
Overeating and Improper eating are areamong ureamong areamong
among the curses of the world Think Thinkof itiluiof
of the people who put all II sorts of in iucompatibles incompatibles incompatibles
compatibles into their stomachs at the thesame tbpsume thtsame
same time and then use all sorts of ofnostrums otnostrums ofnostrums
nostrums to get rid of their bad ef effects eftects effects ¬
fects fectsOne tectsOnp fectsOne
One of the most pathetic sights in inthe Inthe
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the world Is that of a human being beingstruggling beingstruggling beingstruggling
struggling hard to carry out his bl am ambition ambltlon ambitlon ¬
bition yet handicapping himself bhn = elt by byhis byhis byhis
his ignorance of physical lh sil11 laws lawsWhat la lawsVhit ws wsWhat
What a pathetic tigure Carlyle cut cutIn cutIn ut utIn
In the Avorld orldu a one sided giant who whomight whomlgbt winmight
might have been a 1 symmetrical s mUJftrknl power powerpossessor powerpOSSeSSor
possessor of a colossal brain largely largelycontrolled lurgplyOutrolhd largelycontrolled
controlled by a dyspeptic stomach He Hewas liewas
I Iwas
was cross and nm crabbed and did just justthe i jthe ithe
the things thin that he did 1 not want to do dothings dothings
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things that be knew it would be bet better better bettet ¬
ter not to do but he was the victim victimof j jof Iot
of starved > d nerves ot exhausted brain braincells hntinces limbcells
cells largely for want jfl of common sense sensefeeling seusteellngOllson sensefeell
feeling teellngOllson feell ngOrlson Orison Swett S vctt Marden M a rden In Suc Success Success Suecess ¬
cess Magazine
A Mite MiteThe MiteThe MiteThe
The difficulties experienced by our ourforefathers ourtoretatJllrs ourforefathers
forefathers in trying to reckon money moneyin
in very cr small proportions appear in inthe iuthe Inthe
the various values given to a mite miteIn mittIn iiiiteIn
In the sixteenth and seventeenth cen century century century ¬
tury books of commercial arithmetic arithmeticThe trJthuwtl1be <
The original orl hl1 mite seems to have havebeen bll haLvebeen e eben
been a third of a Flemish penny WUU but butthe butthe butthe
the use of if the word for the widows widowscoin widowscoIn widowscoin
coin of I The he New 1V Testament lt stamlnt made its itsregular itsrgular Itsregular
regular Kuglisb En lisb meaning half a far farthing farthing farthing ¬
thing and some old people may re remember renWlllhlr remember ¬
member applying the name to the theshort tbeshort theshort
short lived nineteenth century ceutur coins coinsof coinsot
of that value aIUt l hi those old arithmetic arithmeticboohs arithmeticbooks arithmeticbooks
books mite stands for various val values values al alues ¬
ues not represented by b actual coins coinsbut coinsbut coinsbut
but obviously llIitlISI used u ld in reckoning A Awork Awork Awork
work of ITo 1 lHi makes IlI tkts it onetwelfth OIWt wiftb of ofa
a penny two sixteenth ceiitury books booksonesixth booksonsixth booksCHeSiXtlI
onesixth of If a farthing fatthin and in 1074 1074Jeakes Hi 1674Jeakes 4 4Jlukli
Jeakes arithmetic made it as little littleas
as one sixtyfourth of a adon penny PNHlYLou PNHlYLoudon Lou Loudon
don Chronicle ChronicleHeroic ChroiiiteHeroic
I IHeroic
Heroic Treatment TreatmentIn
In I a Guiana 4 if a child tii I ItL is i slow in its itsmovements Itsmovements itsmovetnen
movements S the I Ill parents jI a IIlllts t n Is apply 1 i 1113 an t I ant antto antto antto
to the tll t LII child instead of a whip to make makeit
it moe Iiiu t fustr This T is little lii t Ic ant bites bitesmore hitt Liliesnuirm > I Imorl
more cruelly than I a mosquito and its itsbite ilibile itsbile
bile is I apt i Pt to 0 be troublesoine I ll111ieSI inc after afterward u ftlrward ftervard ¬
ward As you can en a imagine I this I treat treatment trtatmellt I rentinent ¬
ment does not make the I ht child kind to toothers toothers toothers
others and the I childteii of Cuiana arc arcsaid ar arsaid aresaid
said to be particularly cruel true to ani animals nulLUILIS ¬ I Imills
mills The little III I Ic boys in Guiana tI on do not notreckon flotreekon ot I Iredwn
reckon their age 1 t by it is years ars but by their theirability theirability I Iabillt
ability abillt to o endure pain Until he gets getsto
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to the point where > he can 111 let the Ih Hucu Hucuant Hueuant Ilucualit
ant bite him him without wit bout wincing willt n he is i3considered Istonsitlered I
considered = merely a t baby babySympathy bab babSympthy babysympathy
Sympathy SympathylieIt SympthylIe
lieIt lIe I t was wa a frightful fli frhztit hl lot moment when whenI
I received your our letter ItlIt telling 111I11 me of ofthe ofthe
the insuperable iIlSI11I lilt obstacle to our mar uitarriage 1
I
rlage I would have hll t shot myself but butI
I had no money ILIulc lit buy hlJ a 1 revolver revolverShlaresi I I ISheDttrtst
She SheDttrtst Dearest if only 11111 yon 111 li had let It > t me mekn nieknow
know kn w SimpHcissimus SimuIpli illllI lissilllIS issimnnsA I i Ii IA
A Mean Friend Friendl
All the t Ie dust Hies 11It up u my lilYWdl iui iuiell x xjWell
jWell Wdl ell Cholly umho l1la h be the thepay city dt wll wllpay wtlpar
pay yon IIJ to parade the I he streets sl Per IlrtUllls 1 er ertitips I
haps instead of sweeping W > tlIill it would bo bobetter b bbetter btbetter 1
better to Li clean them t by h a i vacuum proc process prolessKallsls lirocessKzuuusas
ess essKallsls Kansas City CIt Journal JournalAll
i iAil
All the Difference DifferenceMy
My ly wife is very tr bad said a man manat manat 1 j jat
at he Hloomsbury county court courtYou ourtYou
You mean she is very cr ill I hope hopeshe h hohieshe lt ltsbe >
she Is not bad replied > d the magistrate magistratesympathetically uiIatistratesympat I Isympat
sympathetically sympat heticfi het lea lIyLondon London Telegraph l lelegra lebntl1h lebntl1hSlow ith ithSlow
Slow to Laugh LaughThe LaughThe
The Briton nritons As the old proverb says saysy sa s sy
y know He hHl > lawfs la wfs best who lawfa la iawfslabst f fJabst
lahst The Yankee Yuuklelt If thats so soAvhat sowhit sowhat
whit good laughers you Oll English must mustbe musthe mustbeClevehuuid
be beClevehuuid Cleveland Leader LeaderTo
To deal honestly hionestl with others Is not notso notso notso
so difficult To compel others to deal dealhonestly dealhonestly dealhonestly
honestly with you youthnt that Is power powerSmart powerSniart I ISnuut
Smart Set SetHow SetHow Setflow
How did Tom manage to get so somucb 80muck 84 84ifluckuf
muck ifluckuf of hid uncle estate etateHe tate1 tate1lie
lie 1IIaIIie4 hia hi Ja1QeI5 Ja1QeI5I Iav oiy Of
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RHURNm RETURNEDTHE THE TH PRIlI PiE PiEA I
A Trophy That ThatDid Did Not Remain RemainLong Remain1Long I ILong
Long In Captivity CaptivityTHE CaptivityTHE CaptivityTHE
I IIt
THE MISSING COAT OF ARMS ARMSIt
It Belonged to the American Consulate ConsulateIn
In Honolulu H noluhl and Was Carried Off by bya byParty
a Party of English Middies MiddiesThs The Res Restitution R Rtitution Re Rettution ¬
titution and Apology ApologySpeaking ApologySpeaking ApologySpeaking
Speaking of old times on the coast coastsaid coastsaId coastsaid
said an Oregonian reminds me of ofsome otsome ofsome
some of the sterling characters we wehad j jhad I Ibad
had there One Onewas was Governor Got rnor Mc McBride McBride McBride
Bride of Oregon His first fir t official du duties duties duties ¬
ties were at Honolulu where he was wasUnited wasUnite wasUnited
United States minister King Kanie Kaniebanieha Kaniehauueha
banieha was the ruler at tbe time The Theminister Theminister Ibeminister
minister was a heroic type of a man manftie manthe wanthe
the father of fourteen children chih ren and a anumber 8nuruber anumber
number of his sons became distin distinguished distlnguished distinguished
guished men in various vn lous professions professionsHe proff > sstnns sstnnsHe
He was a true American cast l tst in an anultra nnultra anultra
ultra patriotic mold and andmany many stories storiesare
are told among the old oldiimers timers of his bispatriotism hispatriotism hispatriotism
patriotism and bravery braveryWhen braeryWheu braveryVLien
When McBride reached < > d Honolulu Honoluluhe fnoluluhe
he found there were no outward out wnl in insignia insignla iiis1iiIa ¬
signia designating the American con consulate cousulate consulate ¬
sulate or ministers office so he had a alarge alarge l llarge
large Amerkan coat of arms cut out outof outof outof
of wood ood gilded and decorated appro appropriately appropriately appropriutel ¬
priately and this was hung over the theoffice theoffice theoffice
office door that all the world might IllI lIt see seeit sppIt seeIt
it It was naturally a conspicuous ob object object object ¬
ject and of much Interest to the pub public public iublie ¬
lic
One day an English manofwar manofwarcame
I Ishipmen
came into port The sailors and mid midshipmen nuidshlpmen
shipmen were given liberty and as asoften asoften itsoften
often happens some of them bid hi hilarious hiInriou hilarious ¬
larious times Among the then mid midsbipmen midsbipmen midshipwen
sbipmen were Lord Gordon and Lord LordBeresford Lorderesrord LordBeresford
Beresford who like all midshipmen in infrom Introm infrom
from a long cruise were w re out for a ajolly ajoll ajolly
jolly time Walking down the street streetthey streettbey streetthey
they did not fall to notice that Yankee Yankeecoat Yankcecoat I ICO1t
coat of arms and as Beresford was wascollecting wascOl1e
collecting cOl1e < ting bricabrac and curiosities it itoccurred Itoecurred itoccurred
occurred to him and Gordon that this thiswould tbiswould thiswould
would be a fine addition to their col collection collecUon colleetlon ¬
lection a trophy worth having So Sothey Sothey
they selected a time when the minis minister mInister ¬
ter was away a and the office closed closedpresumably closf closfprtsUlnably closedpresumably
presumably at night and took down downthe dowutbt downthe
the coat of arms hired a native vehi vehicle cehido tbicle ¬
cle to carry It down to the dock and andactually undactunJly andactually
actually succeeded In getting gt > WnJ it aboard aboardwithout ubolrdwithout aboardwithout
without any of the ranking officers officersknowing officersknowing officersknowing
knowing anything about it itThe ItThe
The next morning when the minis minister mlnlstpr minister ¬
ter came down to the office his assist assistant assistant ¬
ant said saidMr 8 saidMr ld ldIr
Mr Ir Minister Mlnls er your birds taken takenflight takellfllgbt takenflIght
flight flightWhat
What hat do you mean asked his hisexcellency blsexcellency hisexcellency
excellency excellencyYour r rYour
Your coat of arms Is gone re replied rfpJJed repiled > ¬
plied tbe aid aidGone aidGont
4 Gone where Flown off offNot 01JNot oftNot
Not exactly said the other Its ItsJust It ItJust Itsjust
Just disappeared disappearedThe
fhe minister walked out Into the thlstreet thestreet
street and looked up The lb coat of ofarms firarms It Itarms
arms which was five or six si feet feetacross ref feetacross > t tacross
across was noticeable by Its It absence absenceIt
It bad taken wings wln rs and flown away awayExactly own awayExactly I
Exactly what the minister said has hasnot hn hnnot tinsnot
not been chronicled chronicledIt
It so o happened that Beresford had hadgiven badgiven hadgiven
given the carriage driver an extra fare farefor furefor farefor
for his trouble Some one discovered discoveredthis
this and quickly reported it to the min minister minIster tutuister ¬
ister who at once made a demand demandupon demandupon < temundupon
upon the captain of the frigate for its itsreturn Itsreturn Itsreturn
return The captain who was Info Innocent InfoCent
cent denied that the thing was aboard aboardship uhoardsbJp aboardship
ship The minister sent his evidence evidenceto e J Jto
to tbe captain reiterating his demand demandand dmandand demandand
and demanding an apology for the in insult luBult insuit ¬
suit sultThe
The captain now began an Investi Investigation Imestlgation investigation ¬
gation and tbe culprits owned up U and andtook antrtook niudtook
took the coat of arms on deck when whenIt hlll hlllit
It was promptly sent ashore and rev revturned r rturnpd re returned
turned to the office of tbe minister ministerMcBride ministerMcBrIde ministerMcBride
McBride who was there refused to toreceive toreceIve toreceive
receive it itTell itTtll ItTell
Tell the captain of your frigate frigatethat frlgatthat frigatethat <
that I desire that the th men who took it itdown itdown itdown
down bring it back place it where wherethey wherethe wherethey
they the found it and apologize apologizeBack
Back to the ship went the men menwith menwltb meziwith
with the coat of arms and reported reportedThe
The captain ordered the young oun men to togo togo togo
go ashore take the coat of arms to the theconsulate theconsuhlte theconsulate
consulate replace > e it as they found it itand itand
and apologize to the minister ministerIt
It was doubtless a bitter pill and andtbe nudthe andthe
the young oun1 midshipmen had to stand standthe standtbe standthe
the badinage of their comrades The Thetwo Thltwo Thetwo
two went ashore ready rend to comply complyand eouiplyamid omplyaud
and took the coat of arms to the tie eon eoujmlate eonjulate ou ouul
jmlate ul te The iheAmerlean 4 American mtrl an minister had hadnot hadriot
not put himself hl lfout out to keep the mat mutter matter ¬
ter quiet andas an as S a fact the bi public was waswell waswell IS ISwell
well postedfbnd Posted ml the consulate was wassurrounded was6UrlOUllded wassurroLluded
surrounded by a crowd of Americans Americansnatives Americanstiattives mellcansua
natives ua es and andotbers others all laughing at the thepredicament thePredicament be berl
predicament rl tllnment of the young midship midshipmen ¬
men menThe
The minister had a strong sense of ofhumor ofhumor
humor and determined to get all there therewas therewus therewas
was In it He preserved his bl dignity dl nlty as asbest asbest asbest
best he could as he received the young youngmen youngmen youngmen
men and listened to their apologies apologiesThe
The midshipmen then took the coat of ofarms ofarms ofarms
arms from the hack and amid the tillcbetlS thecheers
cheers of the crowd climbed to the thlfrout thefront
front of the building and placed it in lupo Inpoion
portion po lon then hurried hurr d down followed followcdI
by laughter and cheers heerse C F F Holder llol HolderIn < 1 I IIn
in New ew York Evening Post PostDelight PostDelight IostDelight
Delight of Varied Labor LaborXoue Laboroue LaborNone
None oue but tbe fully occupied can au ap appreciate nppfEia uppredate ¬
predate te the delight of expended or orrather orrutJIIr orrather
rather of r varied labor It is i toil that thatcreatts thatcreates
creates holidays There Is no royal royalroad rvalrOl1d royalroadyes
road roadyes yes ts that thllt is the > royal road to tothem tothtm tothem
them Life cannot be made up of otrecreations ofrt ofrecreatIons
recreations rt They must be garden spots spotsIn sllotIn
In well farmed lands taudsMrs Mrs 1 rs Gilbert GilbertAUlJ GilbertAitu
Aim Taylor TaylorIf Tu lor lorIf
If a I thing is possible and proper > r to toman tomall towatt
man deem it possible to tnee theeMarcus theeMarcusAurelius Marcus MarcusAurelius larlusAurelius
Aurelius
Crape on the Door Doora DoorThe
a 1 The custom of 0 placing p1ttIngdoor crape on the thedoor thldoor
door of H house winre w there I ha has < been beena tI tIa
a recent r elt death had its origin In the theancient tltancieut tlitancient
ancient English EII ltsl heraldic htra ldli custom 1 tIlIS and anddates a lulldlltls ntt nttdates
dates hack to the year cur IHti A I II > At Atthat Attha Atthat
that t period hatchments h11 rehllhU ti or 1 armorial armorialensigns 11 ztrtrcIriLlensigns rUCIIi1lensiglls
ensigns were pln Ilalld < ed d in in front of If htuics htuicswhen litiuseswhen lnUilS lnUilSwben
when the nobility nobll or gentry died ld The Thehatchments Tillhat lIi lIihatehments
hatchments hat bmeuts were Wt re of 01 diamond shllpeand > hape shalieand hapeand
and contained the family arms ipiar ipiartered lJuartered tjlIartered
tered and covered with sable sableThe sableThe sableThe
The lead pencil originated with tilt thrf tlitesYe
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THE INDIANS PAID PAIDWhat PAIDWhat PAIDWhat
What the White Men Charged Them ThemFor ThemFor ThemFor
For Killing One Donkey DonkeyIn
In Reminiscences ot Old rimes In InTennessee InTlnnpsst inTennessee
Tennessee a 1 tory is I told ut It t the rh iiood iioodfaith 1111111faith gidfaith
faith and honor of n 1 parr iarr A ot rhicka Chitkls huit4asw
stw s w Indians While minimi huutit iiiu one OfJ tall tallthlJ failthey
they shot a donkey mistaking the thecreature Ihtcr thecreature
creature cr l1tllfp fora wild animal They sold soldthe soldthe soldthe
the bide and it finally came to the thehands tbeband be behands
hands of John Barnes in Lipton LiptonWhen LiptonWht LiptonVhen
When Wht > n the Chickasuws returned returnt > d to tothe tothe tothe
the region of Lipton for their annual annualhunt annualhunt annualhunt
hunt the next fal Barnes invited thew thewto
to a shooting match the prize to be bethe b bthe bethe
the skin of a very ver rare animal unirllaLThirty animalThirty
Thirty braves appeared at the con contest contest contest ¬
test and one ou of them won the prize prizeWhen prizpbtn prizeWhen
When btn be saw SJ V the skin be turned it itover ito Itover
over o r and said Ela ha Me Ie kill him huimuMe
Me shoot him See s And he pointed pointedto
to the fatal bullet bole boleThen boleTbpn holeTben
Then Barnes told them that they thf > r had hadkilled hadkilled hadkilled
killed a donkey a very useful animal animalbut nnimalbut animalbut
but he was sure that they the had done it itby itby itby
by mistake believing it to be 1 II wild wildanimal wildanimal wildanimal
animal animalThe animalThe
The Indians listened attentively to tothe tothe sothe
the white mans words and a Hit nil then t htncou htncousuited con consulted eonsuited ¬
suited together a few minutes mill ti res Finally Finallythey Fiulllythty Fiuma Uy Uythey
they separated each l > brave 111I1 p goins oill to ci his hispony hispony hispony
pony unhitching him and leading him himto hi tututo III IIIto
to the spot where > u gang all of white men menstood meustood nnteuustood
stood Barnes in the > midst of t them themThen themThln theuiThemi
Then one of the Indians spoke spokeWe SJltkfWe spokeVe
We sorry we kill donkey We think thinkhe thinkbe thinkbe
be belong to the woods We e find him himin himIn turnIn
in cane me We think him wild We sor sorry sorry sorry ¬
ry Now ow we pay We VI take no white whitemans whitpmuns vhutemans
mans boss pony nothing of white whiteman whiltman whiteman
man We honest We have ponies poniesthats Jlouitsthats poniesthats
thats all Take pay And he > urn tnotloned
tloned to the long line of ponies held heldby heldby heldby
by their owners ownersHow OWfJPrsDow ownersflow
How many man r asked Barnes BarnesWhite Barn BarnWhite BarnesWhite
White man say returned the In Indian Indian Indian ¬
dian take plenty plentyThe 1lentyThe PlentyThe
The honor of the red men was not notequaled notequaled notequaled
equaled by the white men for be it itrecorded itrecorded itrecorded
recorded to their shame they took tootfrom tookfrom
from the Chickasaws ws thirtyfive ponies poniesto
to pay for the accidental killing of one onedonkey onedonkpy onedonkey
donkey donkeyAN donkpyAN donkeyAN
AN AFRICAN RAILWAY RAILWAYThe
The Way It Was Described by an anEducated anEducated anEducated
Educated Native NativeC
C J Phillips business > sS agent in inUganda illUganda InUganda
Uganda of the Church Missionary so society soclet soclety ¬
ciety clet throws light upon the workings workingsof
of the native n tie mind by quoting a are aremnrkublp re remarkable icmarkable
markable letter in which a native nativemember nathemember nativemember
member of the th katiklros prime minis ministers ministerst mintsters ¬
ters party gives a description of the theUganda theUganda theUganda
Uganda railway railwayMy
My friend I can tell you the Euro Europeans European Europeans ¬
peans have done a marvelous thing to tomake tomake towake
make the railway rulJwa and the trains They Theyfasten Theyfasteu Theyfasten
fasten ten en or fifteen tiftelnhousts houses together togetherand
and attach them to a fireplace e which whichN
is as big bi as an elephant eh lhant and the road roadit
it goes on is as smooth as the stem of ofu ofu
u plantain It goes as fast as a swal swallow swallow swatlow ¬
low flying tJill aud everything you see out outside outside outside ¬
side flits Ilast iast you ou like a spark from a afire atire atire
tire It it were to drop oft ll one of the thebridges tbebridges thebridges
bridges not one in it would be saved savedfor sa savedfor ed edfor
for it goes dreadfully quick The hills hillsit tillsIt
it passes p StS are as high as those of Kokl Kokland Kokand KokLanti
and they t he have ha 1 bridged over great glt l1t val valleys vatleys 111 111les ¬
leys which are as a deep as that you see secwhen seewbn seewhen
when you ou look from the top > of Xaini Xainirembo Namnirembo lIwi lIwirembo
rembo so deep that you cannot see the thebottom thehottom thebottom
bottom when you are going over them themLater themLuter themLater
Later there acre follows a description of ofa
a ship It is as deep as our two sto storied 8torhd stoiled ¬
ried house and nmr as wide as the kings kingsroad klngsroad kingsroad
road in Mengo and it is as long as aafrom asfrom asfrom
from the katikiros fence to the gate gateof gataof gateof
of the kings inclosure It I has three threetall thee theetal threetall
tall tal poles In it I aud a big 11 throat out of ofwhich ofwhih ofwhich
which whih smoke < comes which whlb Is as wide wideas
as a the new drum in the th church d1rch at Na Namlrembo Numlrembo Nanuirembo
mlrembo The rooms in it go down downthree downhre downthree
three hre stories and 1d the boards of these theseI
I cannot describe deSribe to you ou for such have havenot bavenot havenot
not been seen Stl before There is a lot lotof lotof lotof
of metal work about them tllm too but butthese buttbese butthese
these also I cannot describe for It I is isso Isso isso
so fine fne There are children cbidren on board boardand hoardsld boardand
and sld a flock ock of sheep and places to towash towash towash
wash in attached nt lwd to every place whero wheroa
a chief sleeps such as even c n our king kiu kiuhas kinghas
has never I er possessed Jlossessldr possessedondoni London ol1on Strand StrandMagazine I IMaazlnu
Magazine
I
Old Book Terms TermsT1 Termslhie
The T1 words folio folo quarto tuaro octavo otn 0 duo duodccluio duodeclumo I IdlIUO
dccluio dlIUO and ald the like lkl have almost uln1st If not notquite notquie notquite
quite quie lost their tlwl original meaning At Atfirst Attiist I
first tist they had reference rdtrcllce only to 0 the thenumber thenumber thenuumiber
number of tf leaves Ics into iltl which whih the thi sheets sheetsused sheetsused htets htetsusetl
used in making maklll the t he books were 11 folded foldedThus foldedThus foldedIlius
Thus If these tllSl sheets were ere folded folld once onceKO OIlC OIlCl onceso
KO l as to form two leaves u tS or O four pages pagesthe JJes JJesthe pagesthe
the hook vas as called IId a folio folo if the thesheets IheslH I hesheets
sheets slH d were folded twice twle so as to form formfour fOImfoul foruifour
four foul leaves the book was W4S called alht a aquarto aquarto aluarto
quarto if they till were wtrt folded foll1d four times timesso tUes tUesso
so as to form eight loaves 1
1 cht n the book bookwas 10ok bookwas I
was called uled an octavo etn vo and so on onPenitence onPenitence onPenitence t
Penitence PenitenceI
I suppose youre oure sorry now nowr asked askedthe uskt askedthe > d dtbe
the prison rison visitor according to the thePhiladelphia tbePhiadehia thePhiadehihia
Philadelphia Phiadehia Ledger LedgerThe Lcdgcr Lcdgcrhl LedgerThe <
The hl young Ol man lau who had ha l stolen 17 l
000 0 and ald spent t It in sixteen weeks weekssighed wckssiglHd weekssighd
sighed siglHd t through the bars als Oh yes yeshe yeshe i ihe
he answered auswerld I tried to cut too much muchof I Iof i il
of l a splurge The Tlc money 10Uy ought to tohave tobave tohave
have lasted me uti a week longer longerJust louger lougerJust longerJust
Just Suits Him HimFriend HimFrilll HimFrieuidVtuy
Friend Frilll FrieuidVtuy Why do o you encourage en < ouragt these thesewomans twse twseOIIIS theseVOI1liUiS
womans OIIIS surtrage sltr e meetings lltilgS Surely Surelyyou SlrlItIU SurelyyeLl
you tIU dont dolt approve apJIlC of them I hI llusbiid llusbiidApprme H Iskwd IskwdApitrun iustt nd
Apprme 4 Iluov With Vit tl ii all al my iY heart ltart I can caucome cal cancoitie
come COUl home IWII us la 11l iit to as lS I like lke now with without wilhout wiihout ¬
out finding tUt I I my lY wife wit l at t home IhlUe to usk uskquestions askLluestIIIS USktlUeStiolsFliegeiide
questions LluestIIIS tlUeStiolsFliegeiide 11 Fliegende limIter BlatterNo Ba Her HerNo
No Chance ChanceI I
1 think link Its Its wrong on for a mairiod mairiodman ma1ill
man Dl to camblfi gamubleIts camblfiIts alhh alhhWs
Its worse than hal wrong wron Its Itg idiotic idioticHis Idio I IHis
His Ji wife gives ins him fits it it be loses and andconfiscates aUt aUtcOlfsahs andotulis
confiscates cOlfsahs otulis ntis the tit proceeds if b wins winsLouisville wiustuisdlle winsjuuisville
Louisville Courier Cllricr CourierrLli Journal JournalThe Juuru 1 1ni
The ni blessedness h d fS or misery or old age agejs ageis te teis
is often of1 but ll the t extract e trt of our oast oastlife JastUf iastItfete
life Uf Itfete l Pc > i > Mnistre MnistreJust Uai trc trcJust
Just a Lawyer LawyerHas LawyerJnas
Has yi yur > ur son SOi had anv alY any success as a alav a11Yl aiawvr
lav 11Yl iawvr yer yerWell
hll Well 110 Il to tell Ill the tle truth he hasnt hasntHe 1lslC 1lslCHe 11a511tIlL
He has been praiticlnir prat il no loW for nearlv nearlvelexeii IIarl ntarlvtIct1i
elexeii years and he hi has never 11tr Uen Uenelected 1l tqi tqielt 1 1l1tl
elected l1tl elt ted to the knWttmv II tit < > r been 111 ap appointed IPPOIUhd tpIkIllited ¬
pointed receiver rtl ll for anthing al aui thin thing or ten tenbecome ll evtmiteonie
become ltolue president 1sidelt of any un railroad Itiruad com compauy conlipany f
pauy Jauy It I begins h lls to look u ts < If IK ma mahave la lttztv lttztvhave i iha
have ha to eke out IUt Ut a living 1il just practk jlll tujj tug
law lawCbliago Chicago RecordHerald RecordHeraldWas Reordlt > rld 1 1Wa
Was Wa he h acting actig as if i he bebad had taken tak n a adrop adrop I Id
drop too t much wncbr1M
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made mi application allllk1 uLpehiet tiol tiohi tor 10 tax luxIItll dird to t Ii iviiV jS lit in 1 1I
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the th estate tlt of Grl imie rIet A Wiinlwell lrdw1 will wil on tl eon1st < h hNt I
1st day lit of January i iiiiiii ilo III present Jrl nt his hi Una Unaaccount IId IIdICtfUlt I Iitceiuiit
account ICtfUlt as sticli 1h administrator iI lllllstnltlr iuil must ra tir with wih it Ii tin tinwill t twil IxviII
will wil annexed allhxt to tin Ilonorahle 1010ruhl 1111 1111ulg 011111Indue 011111
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